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Audi builds cars at sites all over the world. In addition to the two German Audi plants in Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm, it has production facilities in Győr (Hungary), Brussels (Belgium), Martorell (Spain), Bratislava (Slovakia), Kaluga (Russia), Curitiba (Brazil), Aurangabad (India), and Changchun and Foshan (China). On September 30, 2016, the company inaugurated the twelfth plant in the Audi production network in the Mexican city of San José Chiapa. A complete automobile plant with press shop, body shop, paint shop and assembly shop was erected in the record time of just 3.5 years. Audi produces the Audi Q5 premium SUV at the 400-hectare (988.4 acres) site. The Audi Group also includes the Lamborghini site in Sant’Agata Bolgnese (Italy) and the three Ducati motorcycle plants in Bologna (Italy), Amphur Pluakdaeng (Thailand) and Manaus (Brazil). At all sites, production takes place with uniform, maximum quality standards worldwide, as required by to the Audi Production System and according to the principle: “made by Audi.”

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  • 06/26/20
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    Audi at San José Chiapa plant

    Only one year after its opening, the young Mexican Audi plant was among the most attractive employers in the country. More than 5,200 people work together on the San José Chiapa site, which measures 460 hectares (988.4 acres). 156,650 Audi Q5 were locally manufactured here in 2019.
  • 03/19/20
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    Facts and Figures About the Audi Group

    In a challenging fiscal 2019, the company is optimizing processes and implementing extensive structural reforms. Another focal point is the corporate culture, a new culture of integrity and openness. Audi is investing roughly 14 billion euros by 2023 as part of a strategic alignment on the future fields of electric mobility, digitalization and autonomous driving. The company is taking a targeted and focused approach to e-mobility. Audi will launch 12 electrified models by the end of 2020: five fully electric models and seven plug-in hybrids.
  • 03/19/20
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    Audi at the Ingolstadt site

    Audi has been building cars at the Ingolstadt site for more than 70 years. This is where AUDI AG has its headquarters and where 44,458 employees (as of December 31, 2019) work to achieve “Vorsprung durch Technik.” From initial idea to finished automobile, the entire production process for the Audi Q2, Audi A3, Audi A4, and Audi A5 models along with their derivatives takes place at the Ingolstadt plant. The Audi Ingolstadt site continues to develop into a networked digital factory. Modern production systems and high-tech solutions enable highly efficient, sustainable manufacturing. Step by step, the plant is getting ready for electric mobility, with measures to increase flexibility laying the foundation for the models of the future. * The fuel consumption and CO2 emissions of all the models named above and available on the German market are listed in the last chapter of this basic information.

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  • 06/26/20
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    Head for the future: the dual study program at Audi

    The Audi sites in Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm are launching their 2021 application period with a wide range of future-focused dual study bachelor’s and master’s degree programs. Audi students and program managers will provide live insights into the degree programs and answer all questions relating to the courses on offer during virtual stream and chat information events on July 6 and 8. Prospective students can then apply from July 13 to September 13, 2020, for the semester starting in winter 2021.
  • 06/19/20
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    Strategic decisions strengthen Audi’s China business and model series management

    This Thursday, the Supervisory Board of AUDI AG decided on further structural changes, thus strengthening the premium brand’s vehicle-project business. A newly created division will independently manage the model series with currently 65 models as well as the Premium Platform Electric (PPE) project house. Audi CEO Markus Duesmann, in his additional function as Board of Management Member for Development, will also head the new division, which is to be a client for Technical Development. The Supervisory Board has made another strategic decision: The Chairman of the Board of Management will assume direct responsibility for the China business in the future.

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